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NOTE - any NEW Content on Mud and Routes does not mean our writers have been out hiking the hills during a lock-down! All new content during this time will be write-ups of walks completed prior to the lock-down.

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St Davids Head and Carn Llidi Walk from Porth Mawr / Whitesands Beach

St Davids Head and Carn Llidi Walk from Porth Mawr / Whitesands Beach No ratings yet.

This circular walk to Penmaen Dewi / St David’s Head from Porth Mawr / Whitesands Beach near Tyddewi / St David’s is a mere taster of what the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has to offer the walker. With caves, cliffs, history and coastal hills to explore on the way, this is a short walk that’s full …

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Walla Crag from Keswick 5

Walla Crag from Keswick 5/5 (1)

This is a short walk up to Walla Crag near Keswick in the Lake District.  Despite being only 379 metres in height, and technically a viewpoint rather than a hill (as it lacks any prominence – only 24 metres) it is nevertheless one of Wainwright’s Central Fells. It’s well known that Wainwright wasn’t tied down …

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Nash Point to Ogmore on the Wales Coast Path

Walk from Nash Point to Ogmore on the Wales Coast Path 5/5 (3)

Enjoy far-reaching clifftop views over the Bristol Channel and inland across the rich pasture land of the Vale of Glamorgan. Golden limestone cliffs, quiet wooded valleys, and expansive tidal beaches offer plenty of variety in landscape. Look out for Peregrine Falcons swooping past, Kestrels and Skylarks hovering overhead, and Choughs feeding on the grazed grassy …

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